Using or relying on a old or past home inspection report is very risky for a buyer, Know the 5 reasons.
Buyers often ask if the house is up to Code? We have the answer for you.
The age and condition of a pool or spa may determine what level inspection is needed.
In over half of all homes, there is a need for an additional special inspection or review. Know the ones that may apply to your home.
Buying a "Money Pit", a home with structural defects or your dream home? What you must know.
Common electrical defects should be fixed because they are safety hazards; usually shock or fire risk.
City and Municipal Inspections are being required more and more by local building departments. They may slow a home sale closing, therefore being prepared is best.
Is it necessary to have a regular home inspection if there is a city or municipal inspection? Why have two? You may be surprised by the answer.
33% of transactions fall apart over disclosure issues. Why?
Serious risk may be involved when a there is an illegal conversion of a garage, attic, basement, home or of an investment property.
Picking the best home inspector requires asking these questions.
Did you pass or fail your home inspection?
How to handle a home inspection when the utilities are not on. What to do.
Benefits of a "Presale Home Inspection" are great for the seller, but also for the agent and buyer.
Red tagged: is it the whole building, an electrical panel or merely a $10 flexible gas line?
Why are there so many items listed in the home inspection report?
Learning the hard way about home inspections.
Make sure the home your buying is the real deal.